The scenario has turned dire in Jonai, after quite a few households have been submerged by the raging waters of waters of Siang and Silley rivers.

As a result of great downpour during the last two days, water ranges have risen, resulting in displacement of greater than 200 households. Kemi hamlet is claimed to be the worst-affected by the flood disaster.

The East Siang District Administration has prohibited vehicular motion by way of Sille Korong Bridge for security considerations; after a bit of the Pasighat-Pangin stretch has been washed away because of extreme rains.

With the intention to present different highway connectivity and minimizing visitors congestion, authorities have instructed to open the choice diversion route by way of the outdated Pangin-Pasighat stretch.

Moreover, commuters have been suggested to make use of the MMJ, Yagrimh, Sille-Mikong Bilat Roads, after the Pasighat-Ledum Tene-Koyu Street has been eroded by Remi River.

In the meantime, the East Siang district administration has just lately issued a warning to residents, to keep away from venturing into the Siang river and streams for functions similar to – swimming, fishing, amassing driftwood, and so forth, in the course of the monsoon season.

The low-lying communities residing alongside each banks of the river, together with – Jarku, Paglek, SS Mission, Jarkong, Banskota, Berung, Sigar, Borguli, Seram, Kongkul, Namsing and Mer areas, have been suggested to be cautious in the course of the wet season. Lifting of tree logs, bamboo clamps and some other uprooted vegetative supplies delivered downstream by the river, has additionally been restricted, since they Act as a pure flood management system.


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